Little Neck sale still in question

Ipswich Chronicle article.

Mr. Sheehan, the lawyer for the Feoffees, claims that “The interveners’ appeal is a very expensive procedure for the taxpayers.”

As you can see from this earlier post, what is expensive for the taxpayer (and the schoolchildren) is having his clients as Trustees of this trust.  If he was truly concerned about the burden of legal actions on the citizens of Ipswich, he would have advised his clients to step aside peacefully long ago.

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Ipswich Town Meeting: Fight on!

Ipswich Chronicle article.

Although the article quotes Clark as saying we “believed the state supreme court would hear the case by “late summer”” what he really said was “we are seeking an expedited review and at our first opportunity we will petition for direct review of the case by the state’s Supreme Judicial Court.  By late summer we expect to have a decision from the SJC on taking the case.”  Knowing whether they will take the case is a big milestone, but it would likely take more months to actually get the case scheduled and heard if they do decide to take it.